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London police urge people to clear streets
Tim Goodwin, acting Scotland Yard Commissioner, urges people to clear the streets as violence in London continues.
Last Modified: 08 Aug 2011 21:39
   

Tim Goodwin, acting Scotland Yard Commissioner, says there are many police officers on duty in London to respond to the violence.

Goodwin has urged parents to contact their children and ask where they are as violence in London extends into a third day.

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